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Apr 23 2016
“It’s impossible to catch us,” Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said after winning the New York primary Tuesday — and Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer seems to agree.
After discussing new polling showing Trump with an eight point lead over GOP rival Ted Cruz in Indiana and a massive lead in California, KraThe Blaze
Mar 03 2020
It’s the first day with a whole lot of delegates at stake, and it will shape the future of the contest.
The first day of the Democratic contest that really matters for the cold, hard delegate math — Super Tuesday — is almost here.
Tuesday, March 3, will be enormously important because it’s the first day that a lot of the delegates necessary to win the nomination are at stake, andVox
Jun 24 2020
On a hot, humid June day at the White House, CBN News greeted President Donald Trump on the iconic colonnade outside the Oval Office.
During our time together both outside and inside the Oval Office, the president had a lot on his mind. It led to a wide-ranging interview that touched on numerous topics including the coronavirus, racial tensions, his poll numbers, John Bolton, theCBN
Aug 10 2013
Republicans everywhere, take note – New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie could win re-election in November with significant support from Democrats, Latinos and African-Americans, according to a new poll.Fox News Latino
Oct 24 2016
The media tends to focus on the lack of enthusiasm for Hillary Clinton relative to President Obama, which is real, but a few thousand more ballots were cast in Nevada on Saturday -- during the first day of early voting -- than during the kickoff day four years ago, when there was a similar flurry of activity to propel Democrats to the polls. And that was before Air Force One touched downWashington Post
Feb 06 2016
We know that Iowa caucus results can change the discussion in New Hampshire and here’s the proof. Prior to Monday night, Donald Trump dominated media mentions within the state of New Hampshire the same way he dominated polls. But, according to research by The New Analytics Company, Trump’s lead in mentions has been cut in half.Fox News (Online News)
Mar 01 2020
President Trump is getting bad legal advice and bad political advice. Or, if he’s going on his own instincts, maybe that most mystifying trait of his has yet again reared its head: He just can’t stand prosperity or coast on good news. Whatever the case, this is not the right time — not that there would ever be a right time — to file a frivolous libel lawsuit against the New York Times, a suitNational Review (News)
Feb 04 2016
Iowa has once again proved its perennial resistance to political inevitability and the power of personality.
In this year's iteration of the Iowa caucuses, national polling leaders Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton had their campaign momentum slowed in significant ways by party activists who preferred their rivals.
A big win in Iowa might hNPR (Online News)
Jun 20 2016
According to a Gallup poll taken the week after the atrocity in Orlando, only 29 percent of Democrats thought this was an Islamic terror attack. Fully 60 percent of all Democrats attributed the attack to “domestic gun violence.” Moreover, 42 percent of independents felt the same way. Only 44 percent attributed it to the Islamic holy war that has been declared on America and the West.Breitbart News
Aug 19 2020
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez received one minute to address the Democratic National Convention this week. That’s only one minute more than I got.
Joe Biden frequently talks about himself as a transition to a new generation of political leadership. But the Democrats’ future has not been on display this week nearly as much as its past. The first three nights are designed to highlight ClintonsDan Schnur